The statue popped up on Hollywood Boulevard.Read more
A new lawsuit contends that collectors paid half a million dollars for a Renoir that Hoerle-Guggenheim never delivered. It also questions his art-world pedigree.Read more
A new study suggests that the rocks were dragged nearly 150 miles from where they were quarried.
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The museum’s director and senior staff remain at their posts, but the museum is closed.
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Plus, the Dallas Art Fair opens a permanent showroom and the Art Basel sponsor UBS is hit with a $4.2 billion fine.
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Chinese-born Yang Feng Glan is being held accountable for her role in the poaching of hundreds of elephants.Read more
Max Hollein has also filled the museum’s top digital position and the head of European sculpture and decorative arts post, both long vacant.Read more
Phillips is hoping to recoup some of the $24 million it lost when a guarantor backed out of the original deal.Read more
Plus, a lawsuit against the Obama Presidential Center will proceed and Miami’s convention center unveils a star-studded suite of public artworks.Read more
These yarn companies are bringing the palettes of art-historical heavyweights to knitting enthusiasts around the world.Read more